Choose from our commonly requested surety bonds below.
The Tennessee Motor Vehicle Commission requires a $50,000 surety bond for motor vehicle dealers and auctions to be licensed in the state.
A personal representative is appointed by the court to close a decedent's estate. A Personal Representative Bond may be required (aka administrator or executor bond).
In Tennessee, notaries must secure a $10,000 surety bond for the duration of their 4-year commission.
Fidelity Bonds are purchased by various businesses including cleaning and janitorial services, financial institutions, and businesses offering employee benefit plans to ensure financial protection.
A Union Bond (Wage and Welfare Bond) may be required if you are looking to hire union laborers. This ensures the laborers are paid their wages.
Court Bonds for plaintiffs and defendants may be required for certain court processes. Replevin bonds, appeal bonds, and lien bonds are a few examples.
Probate Bonds (aka Fiduciary Bonds) are required either in a will or by the court for someone acting on behalf of another for financial and/or medical reasons. These can be for administrators or executors, conservators or guardians, and trustees.
Surety bonds are a form of financial protection utilized by several state, county, and city government entities to protect the people and land of Tennessee. Whether you need a debt management services provider license bond, well reclamation bond, plumbing permit bond for the City of Franklin, or anything else, we've got you covered.
As a regulated individual or business, you must comply with several rules, regulations, and laws. One of which may be a surety bond. All licensed motor vehicle dealers must provide a title with the sale of a vehicle. If they fail to do so, a claim can be filed on the dealer's license bond. Jet, as the surety company, is responsible for covering any verified claims, and will provide the payout to the person that was financially harmed as a result of the dealer's actions. Then, it's up to the dealer to reimburse Jet for the claim. More claim details can be found in our Surety Bond Claims Guide.
Get into the application and you can generally come out with a purchased bond within five minutes. Only a select number of bonds need an underwriter's review, but even then the process is streamlined. Jet cuts out middlemen agents and brokers to deliver the surety bond directly to the principal (regulated individual/entity). Because of this, you're offered convenient monthly payments and discounted annual and multi-year rates. We file the bond for you, too, when applicable.
Jet is approved to issue surety bonds in Tennessee (NAIC #16379).